The only test of the development of intellect is whether one has started controlling uncontrolled desires.



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Being ignorant is not that shameful a matter as that of not being ready to learn.


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Those, who wish to live a long life, should  make it a habit of not taking food in the absence of acute hunger


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Meaningful and inspirational advice is that one, which is not voiced, but presented by one’s own conduct.


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Rise high, awaken the sleeping ones, follow the great & advance further.


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Do not expect the circumstances to be always favorable. This world has not been created for you alone.


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God does not ask for success but for effort.


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The follower of truth has the strength of a thousand elephants.


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Om  bhurbhuvah swah  tatsaviturvarenyam  bhargo devasya dhimahi dhiyo yo nah  prachodayat.

In short it is a prayer to the Almighty Supreme God, the Creator of entire cosmos, the essence of our life existence, who removes all our pains and sufferings and grants happiness beseeching His divine grace to imbibe within us His Divinity and Brilliance which may purify us and guide our righteous wisdom on the right path. 


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The greatest obstacle in the path of spiritual development is mans egoistic thought. It is possible for man to save himself from this evil condition by keeping in mind the transience of the world.


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Think everyday as a new life and use it wisely.


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Keep your viewpoint always pure. Before thinking ill of others, one has to incur sin oneself.


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